Sass Hack Denver
Jun
1
6:30 pm18:30

Sass Hack Denver

  • Code Talent

Pattern Libraries & Sass Maps

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**Located in our NEW location on 3412 Blake. Parking in the back, come in through the garage doors! 

I'm really excited that we'll have an amazing guest speaker in June - Miriam Suzanne! She wrote and maintains several Sass libraries (including Susy & True), co-authored SitePoint's book Jump Start Sass, and co-founded Oddbird (a web app design/dev agency here in Denver). Those of you who came to our May meetup may remember her awesome demo of the upcoming 3rd version of Susy. 

Miriam will be talking about Pattern Libraries and Sass Maps. Style Guides & Pattern Libraries are great tools for documenting the relationships between code and design, but beautiful docs are only half the battle. Behind the scenes those patterns have to live in our code, and make life easier for developers. We'll talk about how we build patterns in code, and how we can use them to automate a style guide.

• Using pre-processors for pattern-making in CSS and HTML.

• Designing and integrating toolkits that force pattern-making.

• Examples of what we've done, where we've failed, and where we're headed.

Hope to see you in June!


Denver Microservices
May
24
6:00 pm18:00

Denver Microservices

"Tearing Down the Monolith" and "Serverless Microservice with Vert.x" 

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For our May meeting, we are excited to have 2 talks! 

  • 6:00—6:30: networking and food 
  • 6:30—6:40: announcements 
  • 6:40—7:25: "Tearing Down the Monolith" — Jeremy Thomas 

bout Jeremy Thomas: 

I have no business being a software developer. My Liberal Arts degree in Spanish prepared me for a career in the coffee industry, not tech.

But, after teaching myself Java, here I am.

I was a Senior Director of Software Development at a company in San Diego called The Active Network. I was responsible for 12 development teams, and was proud of the organization I ran.But I always had the desire to "make a dent in the universe" - to use my technology skills to build something that changed people. In 2012 I quit my cushy job and moved to San Francisco to start a company. We raised money. I wrote code - a lot of code. The company didn't work.

So I tried again.

And that company didn't work.

I'm happy to say I've found something that does work. My job is to both write code at and build the Denver engineering team for Gusto.

  • 7:30—8:15: "Serverless Microservice with Vert.x" —Rowell Belen 

Bio coming soon. 

 

DenverScript
May
23
6:00 pm18:00

DenverScript

Monthly Denver Script Meetup

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Whats going on in JavaScript Land? (20min)

We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry. If you have something you think we should mention, feel free to tweet us @DenverScript.

Shorter Presentation(10 - 15min): Docs for Humans - Gabriel Konkle

From esoteric to non-existent to just plain incorrect. Paltry documentation pervades our community. Can you blame the creators, though? There are hardly enough hours in the day (unless you're Beyoncé,) and creators know senior devs will just read the source. Why bother? 

I believe our industry will only benefit from making our tools more accessible, approachable, and accurate. When we boost others' abilities to create, we may find ours boosted, too. Let's spend less time furrowing brows at ambiguous docs and more time creating! 

I intend to show you simple, practical ways to make your documentation understandable and easy to read by developers of all stripes. I will also introduce you to an ambitious project underway called "Docs for Humans." Instead of relying on time-starved creators to keep their documentation up to date, Docs for Humans relies on the community who actually uses the tools day to day. It's like Wikipedia for documentation. Learn how to get involved. 

For over a decade, I was a visual artist, the world of photography, video production, and graphic design being my milieu. Now, my creative abilities lend my programming a unique quality, as I engineer the front end of universal applications to be charming, functional, and beautiful.

Longer Presentation(20 - 30min): Tessel with fricken laser beams - Drew Dahlman

A case study in using Tessel, Lasers, iPads and local networks for an experiential installation on a bus. We will be going over some creative uses for Javascript on IoT devices in exploring the Tessel and a time of flight range sensor as well as taking a look at doing experiential installations and the process of taking web tech into the real world by making use of canvas, local networking, websockets, and other tools.

Drew Dahlman is a senior Developer at Legwork and the founder of Develop Denver.

Socialize: We'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants.

Node.js
May
17
6:30 pm18:30

Node.js

Node.js for beginners: Why so Asynchronous? 

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Speaker: Ryan Ciecalone is a Developer who is passionate about Full Stack JavaScript Web Development. He works at Polaris Alpha in Colorado Springs. Connect with him on Twitter @RyanCiecalone

Talk: Node.js for beginners - Why so Asynchronous???

This talk will help you get started with Node.js. It's fast and scalable. It's great for APIs, andit has a popular package manager, NPM. We'll go over when to use Node.js and then take a look at its strengths and weaknesses. We'll demo some code samples and start a server with Node. You'll get a look at what framework to use, be it something like Express or Koa, and learn about middleware. You'll also get a list of where to go to get started with Node.js. If you've been curious about Node.js but haven't taken the leap, come and find out - Why so Asynchronous???

Denver is for Robots
May
11
6:00 pm18:00

Denver is for Robots

  • Code Talent

Round Table Gathering

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Welcome to the first Denver Is For Robots Meetup Group! 

About this event: 

Let's get together and talk about robots! This Meetup event will focus on robotics and artificial intelligence as it applies to education, design, and entrepreneurship in the growing community around us; what we're at and where we're going. 

The format is intended to be inclusive and open, allowing people from all walks the chance to engage with questions and conversation. Come prepared to talk, or just listen, as we line out our direction as a community. 

Some notes on the format: 

If you're a student, hobbyist, engineer, developer, scientist, maker, thought leader, or just thinking about ways to outsource your job to a machine—then you've come to the right place! We want to stimulate the community by bringing people together so that they can share, challenge each other, and innovate together. 

Want to join a study group? Want to launch a business focusing on Al? Want to wow your friends with "smart" devices? This is all welcome here. 

With that, this is anything-goes format, where open discussions can happen in real time. You may want to bring one or more of the following items: 

  • Robots. It is a robotics community after all! 
  • Ideas! 
  • Questions—what's important to you? 
  • Pen/pencil and paper to take notes and share information. 
  • Cameras—You may want to document or you may just want to share pictures of your pet projects. 
  • Business cards—you never know when you'll need to be in touch! 
  • Friends! The more, the merrier! 

Free food and beverages will be served! 

If you would like to contribute to this event, please let us know. 

Stay tuned for updates as the event rolls out! 

DDD Denver
May
8
6:30 pm18:30

DDD Denver

  • 3412 Blake Street

Book Club: Functional and Reactive Domain Modeling

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Speaker: TBD—check back for more details closer to the event!  

Schedule

6:30 - 7 pm: Food & drink (including alcohol) provided and conversation 

7 pm: Announcements 

7:05 pm: Main Presenter

~8:30 pm: Conversation

*Held at Code's NEW location: 3412 Blake Street. See you there! 

Sass Hack Denver
May
4
6:30 pm18:30

Sass Hack Denver

  • 3412 Blake Street

Breaking Free from Bootstrap: Custom Grids with Sass

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Bootstrap, Foundation, and a handful of other CSS libraries provide "instant grids" for developers. Unfortunately, that convenience comes with some major trade-offs: inflexibility, unnatural markup, and bloated CSS. 

We'll checkout some awesome Sass that will let us create grids just as quickly, but without those trade-offs! 

DenverScript
May
3
6:00 pm18:00

DenverScript

  • 3412 Blake Street

Steal JS Workshop

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In this hands-on training, we will learn how to build a multi-page, progressively loaded site, that uses hot-module swapping with the StealJS module loader. Let's break that down: 

  • Multi-page: listen to when the URL changes and show different content to the user. 
  • Progressively loaded: load only the JS and CSS required for a particular page. 
  • Hot-module swapping: when a file changes, the UI is automatically updated. No more reloading! 
  • Module loader: StealJS loads JS and other code like Webpack, RequireJS, and browserify. Module loaders help organize a project's scripts and build into minified scripts that load in production quickly. 

We'll StealJS to: 

  • Set up a project from scratch.
  • Install and import other packages from npm, including jQuery. 
  • Make and test a mini application. 
  • Create modules in the ES6 and CommonJS formats. 
  • Organize your modules using the modlet workflow - adding tests, docs, and demo pages.
  • Build your application to production. 
  • Export modules to other formats and publish your module to NPM. 

*Held at Code's NEW location: 3412 Blake Street. See you there! 

Papers We Love
Apr
27
7:00 pm19:00

Papers We Love

Copysets: Reducing the Frequency of Data Loss in Cloud Storage

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Come see Aysylu Greenberg talk about one of her favorite papers: 

Copysets: Reducing the Frequency of Data Loss in Cloud Storage

It describes an interesting approach to data replication which allows for finer control over the probability of data loss occurrence and the amount of data loss during such an event. In addition, we'll discuss a technique for moving randomization from runtime to initialization to achieve the same benefits. After the discussion of the paper's contributions, we'll turn to pragmatic aspects of this approach.

Dinner will be provided and afterwards we'll set out to one of the breweries around the corner.

Denver Microservices
Apr
26
6:00 pm18:00

Denver Microservices

  • Code Talent

Operational Excellence with Microservices

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For our April meeting, we are excited to have Tim Schmelmer coming to speak on Operational Excellence with Microservices: on the impact of supporting a widely distributed system on your team's structure, processes, and choice of tools. 

6:00-6:30: Networking and Food

6:30-6:40: Announcements

6:40-8:00: Operational Excellence with Microservices—Tim Schmelmer

Successfully developed and launched  software  spends  the  vast  majority  of  its lifecycle  in  a  state  where  it  needs maintenance  and  support.  In  an  environment  where  the number  of  services  can  easily  outnumber  the  number  of developers  in  your  engineering  organization,  it  is  business-critical  that  operational  support  runs  efficiently  and effectively, without impacting the productivity and retention rate of your engineering staff.  

This  talk  will  look  at  the  processes,  and  some  of  the  available  tools to  help  with  achieving  excellence  in supporting your services. The speaker will intersperse the discussion and recommendations with examples to underline the lessons learned from many years of experience of being on-call. 

About Tim Schmelmer: After abandoning his childhood dream of becoming an actual firefighter, Tim Schmelmer did the next best thing and became a software developer. He has spent the past 20 years extinguishing fires while working for technology consulting companies, telecommunications equipment manufacturers, building control systems for research telescopes, selling things to people via a Web browser and mobile apps, and making sure your ride-share driver finds the quickest route to you. Tim found his love for building microservices systems while working at Amazon.com, and he has since been on a mission to help teams to do as little firefighting as possible while building and maintaining service-based platforms. When he is not hacking away on his keyboard, or trying to be a good husband, father of two girls and tamer of an overly energetic puppy, Tim loves to run, bike, and hike in the mountains near beautiful Boulder, Colorado.

8:00-whenever: Drinks/Socializing

DenverScript
Apr
25
6:00 pm18:00

DenverScript

  • Code Talent

Monthly DenverScript Meetup

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What's going on in JavaScript Land? (20 min)

We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry.

Short Presentation (25 min)

Bringing Back the 1990s: The Revenge of JavaScript Style Sheets—Steve Kinney

JavaScript Style Sheets (JSSS) was a technology introduced by Netscape in 1996. Chances are, you've never heard of JSSS, since it was available in Netscape Communicator 4.0. They allowed you to define custom styling rules for your web pages. You're probably more familiar with its competitor at the time—CSS. They were pretty cool though. JSSS allowed the developer to style the DOM using a full programming language with variables, conditionals, and functions. 

The obvious spoiler alert here is that CSS won and JSSS lost, right? It's not that simple. A lot of the ideas from JSSS have slowly been creeping back into our toolset. SASS brought programming logic back into styling our applications. CSS picked up variables and the ability to do calculations. Finally, the React community has been—maybe unknowingly—bringing JSSS back from the dead. In this talk, we'll take a good hard look at JSSS and the ways in which JSSS has had enduring legacy after its untimely demise. 

Long Presentation (30 — 40 min) 

Practical PureScript—Brandon Konkle

PureScript is a pure functional language that compiles to JavaScript. It introduces sound and expressive types heavily inspired by Haskell and compositional programming. Learn why this is a good thing and practical ways to begin incorporating PureScript in your existing projects, including examples in multiple frameworks. 

Brandon Konkle is a front-end engineer with nearly a decade of experience creating dynamic web applications. He recently launched Ecliptic, a consulting team focused on React and React Native. 

Socialize: 

We'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants. 

Node.js
Apr
20
6:30 pm18:30

Node.js

  • Code Talent

Node.js + Typescript + VS Code

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Speaker: Hans Winfhoff has been working with TypeScript since 2012 and has been using mostly Visual Studio Code (VSCode) as of late. 

Talk: Node.js + Typescript + VS Code

We will be looking at the tools and features that VSCode offers, especially the debugging features for NodeJs and client-side code. As a demo, we'll look at how to integrate Typescript into a NodeJS/Express application that uses Swagger (http://swagger.io/) to describe endpoint payloads and how this type of information can be verified on the client via a npm package called type-check. (https://www.npmjs.com/package/type-check) . 

Schedule: 

6:30pm: Pizza, beer, networking

7:00pm: Talk 

7:45: Questions

Rocky Mountain Angular
Apr
11
6:30 pm18:30

Rocky Mountain Angular

  • Code Talent

Angular Update: What's New in v4 and the CLI

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Angular is a platform for building applications with the web. Angular had it's first public release in September of 2016, and is evolving quickly to become smaller and faster. The team is also adding new capabilities that help you build better applications for your users. Come and learn about some of the most recent developments: 

  • What we've done to make your applications smaller and faster in version 4.0.0 
  • New ways that Angular supports large scale application development 
  • Improved ways of using *nglf and *ngFor for simpler and cleaner templates 
  • Support for additional customization of the CLI 
  • Experimental support for service workers out-of the-box. 

Stephen Fluin is a Developer Advocate on the Angular Team at Google that will be joining us through Google Hangouts. Stephen works to solve real world problems faced by developers and businesses, and to represent the needs of the community within the Angular team. 

Sass Hack Denver
Apr
6
6:30 pm18:30

Sass Hack Denver

  • Code Talent

RWD & SASS

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RWD is complicated! Sass gives us some great tools to organize responsive styles. Let's talk about how to level up your responsive CSS with Sass. 

DenverScript
Mar
28
6:00 pm18:00

DenverScript

  • Code Talent

Monthly DenverScript Meetup

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What's going on in JavaScript Land? (20 min) 

We'll be talking about new and exciting things going on in the industry. If you have something you think we should mention, feel free to tweet @DenverScript. 

Short Presentation (10-15 min): GETTING STARTED WITH TESTING IN ANGULAR: Elana Kopeleich

Beginning with some basic testing terminology and going through a few approaches to writing tests for different purposes, this talk will be a beginner-level introduction to Angular unit testing. We'll cover the differences between isolated unit tests and integrated unit tests, deep vs. shallow testing, and when to use each. 

Elana is a Software Developer at Pinnacol Assurance. Prior to this, she was an instructor at Galvanize. 

Long Presentation (20-30 min): TYPESCRIPT AND REACT: Emma Ramirez

In this talk, we'll be covering how to use TypeScript alongside React or react-like libraries, and how to leverage the type system TypeScript provides alongside React's paradigms. Alongside this, we'll talk about using both the React and TypeScript ecosystems effectively, and examples will be provided. This talk will be targeted towards those who have (even very basic) familiarity with Typescript or React, but not necessarily both. 

Emma is the lead Frontend Engineer at Stateless, Inc. They love type theory, and functional-reactive programming. Known to consume their weight in Arizona tea. 

Socialize: 

We'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants. 

 

Distributed Computing Denver
Mar
21
6:30 pm18:30

Distributed Computing Denver

  • Code Talent

IPFS: The Distributed Web 

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After a bit of a hiatus we're back next month with an interesting talk about IPFS, which is a distributed, peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol that some folks say may be the future of the Web. 

IPFS builds on many of the same concepts and approaches as Git, BitTorrent, and others to provide a decentralized way to store and access blobs of data. From the wikipedia entry:

IPFS provides a high-throughput, content-addressed block storage model, with content-addressed hyperlinks. This forms a generalized Merkle directed acyclic graph (DAG). IPFS combines a distributed hash table, an incentivized block exchange, and a self-certifying namespace. IPFS has no single point of failure, and nodes do not need to trust each other. " 

We'll present an overview of IPFS, get people up and running, and have a discussion about some of it's more interesting details.

Looking forward to seeing everyone,

Rich Beaudoin, Organizer

Node.js
Mar
15
6:30 pm18:30

Node.js

  • Code Talent

Node + BDD: Using Behavior Theory to Write Better Tests

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Speaker: Dave Sudia is a Test Automation Engineer with Fanatics, where he works on the test automation project for their main platform as well as internal tools. Prior to working in tech, he was a behavior specialist in schools, and he brings that behavioral expertise to his work with software. 

Talk: Using Behavior Theory to Write Better Tests

Tonight, you will learn how to improve your testing my making it more efficient, positive and behavior-driven. Dave will teach how behavior theory is connected to software testing, and share easy-to-use guidelines for when constructing test scenarios. 

He will share real world examples of these test guidelines in use and some examples of cutting-edge practices for End-to-End testing in JavaScript. 

Schedule: 

6:30 pm: Pizza, beer, networking

7:00 pm: Talk 

7:45 pm: Questions 

 

Tech Recruiter Meetup
Mar
9
6:00 pm18:00

Tech Recruiter Meetup

  • Code Talent

Front-End Engineering: An Introduction

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Join us for a panel and conversation about Front End Engineering. 

Hear from local FEEs about their work, what gets them motivated and what they find valuable when considering new opportunities.

This will be a relaxed environment. Bring your questions and let's make this a conversation about all things Front End Engineering!

This group is for technical recruiters of all stripes. The goal of the group is to illuminate the often ephemeral-feeling world of technical roles through panels, workshops, and presentations. Every month we'll take a dive into a different pillar within technology, framed around what recruiters need to know in order to be super effective with their technical recruiting strategies. 

Sass Hack Denver
Mar
2
6:30 pm18:30

Sass Hack Denver

  • Code Talent

RWD & Sass: Animations 

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RWD is complicated! Sass gives us some great tools to organize responsive styles. Let's talk about how to level up your responsive CSS with Sass.

In the past year or so, web animation has gone from a rare feature of site-of-the-month show-offs to almost a requirement for even the simplest landing page design. This week we'll look at CSS animation syntax and some ways Sass helps keep things consistent and organized.

DenverScript
Feb
28
6:00 pm18:00

DenverScript

Monthly DenverScript Meetup 

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What's going on in JavaScript Land? (20min) 

We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry.

Shorter Presentation (10-15min): TBD

Longer Presentation (20-30min): TBD 

Socialize: we'll have beer and pizza! We'll also allow people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants. 

Boulder/Denver Big Data Meetup
Feb
23
6:30 pm18:30

Boulder/Denver Big Data Meetup

  • Code Talent

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Come learn and/or share your experiences with NoSQL & Big Data technologies. No experience required. 

Mission: to educate the Boulder/Denver community about emerging Big Data Technologies 

Goals: 

Education—introduce and educate the community about new and innovative Big Data Technologies. 

Networking—provide a forum for people interested in Big Data to network

Hiring—connect people looking for Big Data work with those hiring 

Technology Balance—provide the proper level of vendor presentations so that when people decide to rely on Big Data they know their options for support

Economic Growth—contribute to strengthening the Colorado economy and US competitiveness in the global marketplace. 

Denver Microservices
Feb
22
6:00 pm18:00

Denver Microservices

  • Code Talent

Brian Pontarelli—Authentication as a Micro-Service 

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We are excited to have Brian Pontarelli coming to speak on Authentication as a Micro-Service. 

6:00 - 6:30 Networking and food

6:30 - 6:40 Announcements

6:40 - 8:00 Brian Pontarelli: A Brief History of Cloud Native Architecture

Authentication is a core piece of many applications. However, it has traditionally been handled in a monolithic manner. Foreign keys to the user table and join tables for roles and permissions is the most common mechanism that applications use to manage user data. 

Moving to micro-services means that applications now need to decouple authentication, user management, and user data. To accomplish this, a portable identity model is required. 

This talk will cover the basics of authentication and authorization as a micro-service. It will illustrate how you can break apart your architecture and build services for each user management feature you need. New technologies like JWT will also be covered to illustrate how portable user identity tokens work. In addition, the most common pitfalls of authentication as a micro-service will be covered including increased network chatter and various security issues.

About Brian Pontarelli: 

Brian Pontarelli is founder and CEO of Inversoft, a Denver-based provider of platform technologies built to help companies manage, moderate and engage their customers. These technologies include Passport, a modern identity and user management API that provides login, registration, single sign-on and many other user management features and CleanSpeak, an intelligent profanity filtering and moderation tool.

Before Brian bootstrapped Inversoft, he studied computer engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder. After graduating, he worked at a variety of companies including Orbitz, BEA, US Freightways, XOR and Texturemedia.

 

 

Node.js
Feb
16
6:30 pm18:30

Node.js

  • Code Talent

Running Node Web Services with Systemd 

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Speaker: Matt Sprague—Senior Engineer at Looplist

Talk: Running Node Web Services with Systemd

Tonight's talk will provide an overview of systemd and its features as they relate to running Node web services. Topics to be discussed include: 

  • Service files definitions 
  • Socket activation 
  • Restarting and monitoring with systemd.path 
  • Centralized logging with journald

Schedule: 

6:30: pizza, beer, networking 

7:00: talk 

7:45: questions 

 

 

Denver UX
Feb
15
6:30 pm18:30

Denver UX

  • Code Talent

The Future of User Experience 

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UX Designer Michael Salamon will discuss navigating the ever changing landscape of UX. With each new (see bootstrap), we are constantly faced with co-worker and bosses saying "what is it you say you do here, are you not just an interior designer picking out patterns?" What does the future hold for us, with the rise of Bootcamps and various levels of UX maturity from company to company? Join us to find out! 

Denver Swift Heads
Feb
8
6:00 pm18:00

Denver Swift Heads

  • Code Talent

Life in the Fastland with Speaker Thomas Carey 

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Have you ever forgotten to update your app's metadata before you released it? Wasted half a day getting your certificates in order? Tired of constantly refreshing iTunes Connect to see if your build has finished processing? 

Fastlane is a tool that automates all of these things for you (and more) and helps you get back to what you do best—writing code. From automating the synching of certificates and provisioning profiles to uploading your new app release, Fastlane does it all with ease. It's even easy to add your own custom "lanes." Come check out how you can integrate Fastlane in your projects and get back to writing great code! 

Bio: Thomas is an iOS developer at Blinker where he uses a variety of tools and languages to build a great product. Swift is his go to language and he's been using it for two years. He also enjoys learning new stuff like Ruby and Node and reading about functional programming (but not actually doing it). He's into vinyl and is the ultimate hipster. He has two degrees, both in Computer Science, and only kind of knows how to use a computer. 

 

DenverScript
Jan
24
6:00 pm18:00

DenverScript

  • Code Talent

Monthly DenverScript Meetup

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What's going on in JavaScript Land? (20min): We'll be talking about new/exciting things going on in the industry. 

Short Presentation (10-15min): React Zest and Publishing npm Modules - Alan Smith

Learn how to develop and publish helpful modeules to npm. We'll be using React Zest as an example module. 

Long Presentation (20-30 min): it's pretty easy to write unit tests for pure JavaScript functions, but how the heck do you do user interaction testing for React components? In "Unit Testing React Components," you'll learn how to render your React components into a synthetic DOM, how to query the synthetic DOM for automated testing, and how to stub/spy methods and components inside your tests. 

  • Speaker: Ken Hoff. Ken is a full-stack JavaScript developer and consultant based out of Boulder, CO. More about him and his work at  https://hoff.tech/

Socialize: we'll have beer and pizza! We'll also have people to announce any job opportunities they may have at that time so you can socialize with potential applicants. 

Node.js
Jan
19
6:30 pm18:30

Node.js

  • Code Talent

Intro to React and Redux (Part 2) 

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In the second part, speaker and software engineer, Charlie Blackstock will first show solutions to the homework from the first part. Then, he'll dive straight into Redux, teaching how to add it in to better manage your app's state. 

If you missed part one, the code will be posted here on 1/13/ so you can review before part two. 

Schedule:

6:30: pizza, beer, networking

7:00: talk

7:45: questions